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Taylor J Woehl
Taylor J Woehl
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Maryland
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Direct in Situ Determination of the Mechanisms Controlling Nanoparticle Nucleation and Growth
TJ Woehl, JE Evans, I Arslan, WD Ristenpart, ND Browning
ACS nano 6 (10), 8599-8610, 2012
3862012
Direct observation of aggregative nanoparticle growth: Kinetic modeling of the size distribution and growth rate
TJ Woehl, C Park, JE Evans, I Arslan, WD Ristenpart, ND Browning
Nano letters 14 (1), 373-378, 2014
1872014
Experimental procedures to mitigate electron beam induced artifacts during in situ fluid imaging of nanomaterials
TJ Woehl, KL Jungjohann, JE Evans, I Arslan, WD Ristenpart, ...
Ultramicroscopy 127, 53-63, 2013
1842013
Factors influencing quantitative liquid (scanning) transmission electron microscopy
P Abellan, TJ Woehl, LR Parent, ND Browning, JE Evans, I Arslan
Chemical Communications 50 (38), 4873-4880, 2014
1412014
Defining the radiation chemistry during liquid cell electron microscopy to enable visualization of nanomaterial growth and degradation dynamics
TJ Woehl, P Abellan
Journal of microscopy 265 (2), 135-147, 2017
1262017
Multi-component Fe–Ni hydroxide nanocatalyst for oxygen evolution and methanol oxidation reactions under alkaline conditions
SL Candelaria, NM Bedford, TJ Woehl, NS Rentz, AR Showalter, ...
ACS Catalysis 7 (1), 365-379, 2017
1252017
Direct in Situ Observation of Nanoparticle Synthesis in a Liquid Crystal Surfactant Template
LR Parent, DB Robinson, TJ Woehl, WD Ristenpart, JE Evans, ...
Acs Nano 6 (4), 3589-3596, 2012
972012
Nucleation of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Mediated by Mms6 Protein in Situ
S Kashyap, TJ Woehl, X Liu, SK Mallapragada, T Prozorov
Acs Nano 8 (9), 9097-9106, 2014
942014
The mechanisms for nanoparticle surface diffusion and chain self-assembly determined from real-time nanoscale kinetics in liquid
TJ Woehl, T Prozorov
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (36), 21261-21269, 2015
832015
Minimum cost multi-way data association for optimizing multitarget tracking of interacting objects
C Park, TJ Woehl, JE Evans, ND Browning
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 37 (3), 611-624, 2014
692014
Correlative electron and fluorescence microscopy of magnetotactic bacteria in liquid: toward in vivo imaging
TJ Woehl, S Kashyap, E Firlar, T Perez-Gonzalez, D Faivre, D Trubitsyn, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-8, 2014
612014
Understanding the role of solvation forces on the preferential attachment of nanoparticles in liquid
DA Welch, TJ Woehl, C Park, R Faller, JE Evans, ND Browning
ACS nano 10 (1), 181-187, 2016
582016
Peptide-directed PdAu nanoscale surface segregation: toward controlled bimetallic architecture for catalytic materials
NM Bedford, AR Showalter, TJ Woehl, ZE Hughes, S Lee, B Reinhart, ...
Acs Nano 10 (9), 8645-8659, 2016
562016
Quantifying the nucleation and growth kinetics of electron beam nanochemistry with liquid cell scanning transmission electron microscopy
M Wang, C Park, TJ Woehl
Chemistry of Materials 30 (21), 7727-7736, 2018
382018
Electrolyte-dependent aggregation of colloidal particles near electrodes in oscillatory electric fields
TJ Woehl, KL Heatley, CS Dutcher, NH Talken, WD Ristenpart
Langmuir 30 (17), 4887-4894, 2014
362014
Hexatic-to-disorder transition in colloidal crystals near electrodes: rapid annealing of polycrystalline domains
CS Dutcher, TJ Woehl, NH Talken, WD Ristenpart
Physical review letters 111 (12), 128302, 2013
352013
Nature of peptide wrapping onto metal nanoparticle catalysts and driving forces for size control
H Ramezani-Dakhel, NM Bedford, TJ Woehl, MR Knecht, RR Naik, ...
Nanoscale 9 (24), 8401-8409, 2017
282017
Electron-beam-driven chemical processes during liquid phase transmission electron microscopy
TJ Woehl, T Moser, JE Evans, FM Ross
MRS Bulletin 45 (9), 746-753, 2020
232020
Nanoscale mapping of nonuniform heterogeneous nucleation kinetics mediated by surface chemistry
M Wang, TU Dissanayake, C Park, K Gaskell, TJ Woehl
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (34), 13516-13524, 2019
222019
Bifurcation in the Steady-State Height of Colloidal Particles near an Electrode in Oscillatory Electric Fields: Evidence for a Tertiary Potential Minimum
TJ Woehl, BJ Chen, KL Heatley, NH Talken, SC Bukosky, CS Dutcher, ...
Physical Review X 5 (1), 011023, 2015
222015
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